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#MIN100052001 - 2nd Issue: German VW-82 Kubelwagen - Oberleutnant Hans-Joachim Marseille, I./Jagdgeschwader 27, Tripoli, Lybia, 1942 (1:18 Scale)

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German VW-82 Kubelwagen - Reconnaissance Unit, Panzer Grenadier Division Grossdeutschland, Eastern Front, 1941
1st Issue: German VW-82 Kubelwagen - Reconnaissance Unit, Panzer Grenadier Division 'Grossdeutschland', Eastern Front, 1941 (1:18 Scale)
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Built by Volkswagen, the simple yet reliable Kubelwagen ("bucket car") was the German equivalent of the American Jeep. This nimble four-seater, based on Ferdinand Porsche's original "People's Car" design of the 1930's, used the same rear-mounted, aircooled engine to drive the rear wheels.
German VW-82 Kubelwagen - Oberleutnant Hans-Joachim Marseille, I./Jagdgeschwader 27, Tripoli, Lybia, 1942
2nd Issue: German VW-82 Kubelwagen - Oberleutnant Hans-Joachim Marseille, I./Jagdgeschwader 27, Tripoli, Lybia, 1942 (1:18 Scale)
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Built by Volkswagen, the simple yet reliable Kubelwagen ("bucket car") was the German equivalent of the American Jeep. This nimble four-seater, based on Ferdinand Porsche's original "People's Car" design of the 1930's, used the same rear-mounted, aircooled engine to drive the rear wheels.
   
 
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